May misses off expat pensions rights in Brexit EU 'deal'

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Britain's prime minister, Theresa May, has failed to guarantee state pension arrangements for British expats in the details of the current deal reached between the UK and the European Union. In a remarkable admission that will leave almost a million UK citizens sweating on their future pension provisions, speaking in UK parliament on Monday (26 November), May said that the government will still needed to "negotiate some of the arrangements in relation to certain benefits, such as pensions, under the future trading relationship". As reported, on Sunday, the leaders of the 27 European U...

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